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KONTEXTGesundheit works for everyone in medicine and healthcare.
Our customers include medical societies, medical professionals, universities, publishers, agencies, pharmaceutical companies and health insurance firms.


Our target groups are medical professionals and non-professionals interested in healthcare.




Congress Reports

We frequently report from medical congresses. Writing is usually done right after the presentation, which means the reports go online on the same day. Print publications with selected topics or congresses are put together afterwards. This text is a report about a presentation on radiation dose reduction, which was held at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR).
pdfPDF Congress Report


The most interesting part of our work is getting to know different mindsets, other systems, and new surroundings. This article about Tata Memorial Clinic in Mumbai, India, has definitely opened our mind.
pdfPDF Article Tata


Interviews are usually the least biased format to give medical professionals from different healthcare systems a voice, which is why we like them and regularly use them. This interview is based on a talk with the radiologist who was in charge of radiation protection during the catastrophe in Fukushima, Japan.
pdfPDF Interview Fukushima

Workshop Summaries

Getting the whole topic in a nutshell is sometimes more useful than a detailed report. We extract the most important aspects of a conference or a workshop and put them together for a brief overview. This example is from a workshop organized by the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI).
pdfPDF Workshop Summary

Educational Material for Non-Medicals

Making complex topics understandable, especially for people without medical background, is a favorite part of our work. This text is part of a whole education series on diabetes, which we created for a German pharmaceutical company’s sales force. The article is in German.
pdfPDF Education Diabetes

Annual Reports

A few bullet points are usually not enough to make complex medical topics understandable. We first ask the right questions to find the important aspects of a topic, and then select the most interesting ones. A German University Hospital has borrowed our expertise for their annual report. The article is in German.
pdfPDF Annual Report Newborns


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